Sign up for Music Authority's Summer Show! This show, designed to be an acoustic showcase, will take all instruments.
August 4, 2018
To register, see the ladies at the front desk.
Who's Ready for Camp?
Rock Camp, Jr. 6/4 - 6/8
Rock Camp 1 - 6/11-6/15
Broadway Camp 7/9-7/13
Rock Camp 2 - 7/16-7/20
Spaces are limited, sign up today!
Since first arriving in November, CMG Guitars made in Georgia have been flying off the walls!
Come check out the latest CMG arrival today!
Accentuate the Positive
It's so easy to focus on the negative of life. When a situation - be it in a show, a band, or a difficult student - arises that is chaotic, our instinct as a human is to put all of our focus on the issue. We want to solve the problem, fix the chaos, made the bad stress go away.
What we often miss is the moments of miracles that are happening at the same time. The student who played in his first Spring Show, walking off the stage with a smile from ear to ear. Or the parent moved to tears because they never thought they'd see their child overcome their anxiety and step on stage.
Or, perhaps even more special, the parent watching their child walk across the stage for possibly the last time after years of Spring and Fall shows - this time honored as a soon to be graduate.
These are the moments to savor. This has been my lesson over a tough school year. I've heard there are good years and bad years in business. This year has been emotionally draining. Lots of little (and a few big) growing pains weighing down my shoulders until getting out of bed is exhausting.
The day after the Spring Show, I went up to the mountains with the Music Authority Roadies for a board retreat. I was reminded at that retreat that there are more shoulders willing to help hold the burden. That our students - 570 of them - all will pick up the positive and carry it with them, and remind me of those small miracles when I forget. Our families will give of themselves to help students, and staff, in need.
These are the reasons Music Authority is here. For the smiles, the overcome fears, the camaraderie of a family built on a shared love of music. Together, we accentuate the positive.
Melissa A. Loggins
Owner, Music Authority
Be a Champion
Being a Champion takes hard work, dedication, and a good sense of humor. Meet Music Authority's Unveiled!
May 18, 2018
Bid our graduating Seniors farewell in this moving night of music. Featuring Christian Strandquist, Lauren Isenberg, Allison Mehler, Alex Dahlberg, and Abhishek Mattipalli.
Featuring Music Authority instructors Brandon Black and Kylan McNichols
Thank you for a fabulous Spring Show, Apollo!
Photo: Jawa Eric Dansie, Wookie Louis Texidor, Evil Emperor Melisa Loggins, and Jedi Knight Jake Lanni
The Music Authority Roadies - Music Authority's parents organization. We exist to provide social and philanthropic activities to the Music Authority families. We also provide an opportunity for better communication between families and the Music Authority management team.
To be a part of The Roadies, fill out a registration card at the front desk of Music Authority.
Teacher Band: Melissa Loggins, Jake Lanni, Louis Texidor, AJ Hirsch, and Eric Dansie performing Moondance at Apollo
Do you have a graduating Music Authority student? If so, please email us your student's name, high school, and what they're planning on doing after graduation. (Job? College? Studying what?) Send your email to: email@example.com
Sign Up for Lessons with Rebecca Zeledon, piano instructor!
Why do you like teaching? It's very rewarding to witness someone master something that was originally a challenge to play.
What makes you excited about playing music? Playing music takes your mind off of anything that stresses you out; it's its own form of therapy.
What’s your favorite food? Anything with non-Swizz cheese.
Where is your hometown? I grew up in a couple of different towns. I was born in Atlanta.
Anything else you would like to add? "Music is the social act of communication among people, a gesture of friendship, the strongest there is." Malcolm Arnold
4/2 - 4/6 - The Greatest Showman Spring Break Camp
4/13 - Ashley Young Recital
4/14 - Metal Jam - Music4CHIEF
4/15 - Beachtime Blues, 3pm
4/20 - Carmen Taylor Recital
4/21 - Bedrock in The Backroom, 7pm
4/22 - Broadway's Trouble Makers, The Bel Canto Singers, 3pm
4/27 - Dawn Blair Recital
4/29 - Rock Ensembles at Tannery Row
5/4 - Relay for Life (Eclipse)
5/6 - Brandon Black Recital
5/11 - Ashley Young Recital
5/12 - Rock Ensemble Final Concert of the Year
5/18 - Swan Song: Senior Farewell Show
5/20 - Award Winners Rehearsal
5/28 - Memorial Day
Photo: Elizabeth Sherlock, Apollo